Le Morte d'Arthur BOOK XIV

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BOOK XIV CHAPTER I How Sir Percivale came to a recluse and asked counsel, and how she told him that she was his aunt.
BOOK XIV CHAPTER II How Merlin likened the Round Table to the world, and how the knights that should achieve the Sangreal should be known.
BOOK XIV CHAPTER III How Sir Percivale came into a monastery, where he found King Evelake, which was an old man.
BOOK XIV CHAPTER IV How Sir Percivale saw many men of arms bearing a dead knight, and how he fought against them.
BOOK XIV CHAPTER V How a yeoman desired him to get again an horse, and how Sir Percivale's hackney was slain, and how he gat an horse.
BOOK XIV CHAPTER VI Of the great danger that Sir Percivale was in by his horse, and how he saw a serpent and a lion fight.
BOOK XIV CHAPTER VII Of the vision that Sir Percivale saw, and how his vision was expounded, and of his lion.
BOOK XIV CHAPTER VIII How Sir Percivale saw a ship coming to him-ward, and how the lady of the ship told him of her disheritance.
BOOK XIV CHAPTER IX How Sir Percivale promised her help, and how he required her of love, and how he was saved from the fiend.
BOOK XIV CHAPTER X How Sir Percivale for penance rove himself through the thigh; and how she was known for the devil.